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Unlikely FBI Has Found D.B. Cooper's Chute, Says Man Who Packed It

March 28, 2008
The man who packed the parachute used by D.B. Cooper said the hijacker obviously wasn't an expert sky diver and has doubts the parachute found this month by the FBI was the one used in the world's only unsolved hijacking.

T3 Motion Teams Up With the Largest U.S. Supplier of Police and Emergency Vehicles

March 28, 2008
T3 Motion, Inc., today announced it has signed an agreement with America's largest police and emergency vehicles upfitter, MHQ Municipal Vehicles, to distribute the revolutionary T3 Series vehicle in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.

Louisiana Man Gets 100 Years for Shooting Cop

March 20, 2008
An Orleans Parish judge yesterday sentenced a 25-year-old Algiers man to a century in prison for trying to murder New Orleans police officer Andres Gonzalez nine months after Hurricane Katrina.

HTS Announces Mobile License Plate Recognition System for Special Events Requiring Maximum Security

March 13, 2008
Hi-Tech Solutions, an Israeli developer and provider of optical character recognition (OCR) computer vision systems, today announced a new mobile version of its vision-based License Plate Recognition (LPR) system, SeeCar.

Los Angeles Police Find Stash of Loot Near Freeway

March 5, 2008
Investigators from the Los Angeles Police Department used a master thief's hand-drawn map to recover hundreds of thousands of dollars of stolen valuables underneath a freeway overpass.

FBI Announces Contract Award for Next Generation Identification System

March 3, 2008
The FBI announced it has awarded Lockheed Martin Transportation and Security Solutions the contract for the design, development, documentation, integration, testing, and deployment of the Next Generation Identification (NGI) System.

Wisconsin Officer Named NLEOMF Officer of the Month

February 21, 2008
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) selected Officer Benjamin Henrich of the City of Prescott (Wis.) Police Department as its Officer of the Month for January 2008 for his efforts to save a woman and nearby residents from a dangerous natural gas leak.

Proposed Iowa Law Would Limit New Drivers' Cell Phone Use

February 15, 2008
A new Iowa bill, if passed, will prohibit text messaging and cell phone usage by those with an instruction permit or intermediate driver's license unless it is to contact law enforcement.

Man Gets Five Years for Assaulting Border Patrol Agent

February 8, 2008
A man who tried to run over a Border Patrol agent in an El Paso parking lot last year was sentenced to five years and 10 months in prison Wednesday in federal court.

South Carolina Chief Sentenced to Six Months

February 8, 2008
Santee, S.C., former police chief has been sentenced to six months in prison after pleading guilty to charges that he used town funds for personal use.
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